Jurassic World, a third sequel to the 22-year old modern classic Jurassic Park, opened in theaters this past weekend. We’ve had plenty of coverage on the blockbuster sequel, including reviews from both Peter Sciretta (who loved the movie) and Germain Lussier (who was fairly disparaging), and a new interview with director Colin Trevorrow.
Fans now seeing Jurassic World are undoubtedly noticing all the direct references to Jurassic Park, as well as easter eggs placed for discovery by longtime fans. Most of these are pretty obvious, while others may only be noticed by those who have seen the original film countless times. So we’ve listed all the Jurassic World easter eggs and references that can be spotted in the film.
Check out our list of Jurassic World easter eggs after the jump, but beware of major spoilers for the movie! Read More »
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Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has posted a new photo from the Jurassic World set, which features a nice tribute to Richard Attenborough, the actor who played Jurassic Park founder John Hammond in the original Steven Spielberg film and died over the weekend. See the new Richard Attenborough Jurassic World tribute image, after the jump.
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Richard Attenborough, the Oscar-winning director and legendary actor, passed away Sunday at the age of 90. Though the younger generation knows him for best for role as John Hammond in Jurassic Park, Attenborough has been acting since the 1940s and directed several notable films, including A Chorus Line, Chaplin, Shadowlands, Cry Freedom and Gandhi. At the 1983 Academy Awards, Ghandi took home eight Oscars, including trophies for Best Picture and Best Director. Attenborough’s other prominent roles include parts in The Great Escape, Ten Little Indians and the role of Santa Claus in the remake of Miracle on 34th Street. Read More »
The Rolls Royce is largely considered one of the most luxurious and desirable cars in the world. It’s so elegant that, today, most people who own them don’t even drive them. They have drivers to drive them. But how exactly did this company develop into such a well-respected and high quality brand? Apparently, the story is much more dramatic and secret than you’d expect.
Famed, Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese is teaming with Lord Richard Attenborough and Anthony Haas to produce a film called Silver Ghost, which will tell the previously untold story of how Charles Rolls and Henry Royce partnered up to create the car company. Read more after the jump. Read More »